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COVID-19: Vancouver Island, BC (Central & North)

Collected by: Vancouver Island University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

In March 2020 the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition (CWAC) stated: "The deadly flu outbreak of 1918-19 is often called the ‘forgotten pandemic.’ Our responsibility now is to ensure the lessons of COVID-19 are not forgotten. Our collective efforts to capture and preserve the essential online elements of this unprecedented event are critical." (CARL-ABRC). The COVID-19: Vancouver Island, BC (Central & North) Web Archive reflects community experiences and responses to the pandemic in the region served by Vancouver Island University, documenting and supporting diverse aspects of scholarly inquiry, creativity, and community life. The Web Archive is intended to provide a body of information that will support scholarship, creativity, and study. Information rights related to web archiving include considerations of copyright and fair dealing, and of individual and community privacy. The following are among principles and resources that guide web archiving decisions: Ethics of care, for example in VIU Library’s Pledge to our user communities; OCAP® principles, and awareness of relationality and accountability to Indigenous communities, and potential impacts related to web archiving; Good practice and expert advice, emerging and accessed through communities of practice, e.g. the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition (CWAC); and VIU Library, Evolution of Physical Collections: 2017-2021 VIU Library, Special Collections Guidelines (Under review 2020). Web archives are informed by available capture technologies and also by affordances of the content source; not all websites can be successfully crawled or rendered, and quality of archived versions varies. This project is supported by VIU's Special Funding for COVID-19 research projects and carried out in coordination with the University of Victoria’s COVID-19 Collection and the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition. Contact us at research.help@viu.ca with questions or for more information about content included in the Web Archive. [Working description 2021 April 6]

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Title: Tyler's NOFRILLS Port Alberni | BC COVID-19 Exposure

URL: http://bc-covid19.ca/community-exposure/tylers-nofrills-port-alberni/

Description: Community exposure map.

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Subject:   Tyler's No Frills Island Health

Title: BC RCMP presence on BC Ferries | November 6, 2020 | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

URL: http://bc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=2087&contentId=66716&languageId=1

Description: Beginning the weekend of November 6, 2020, the BC RCMP West Coast Marine Services will be on board some BC Ferries vessels to support Transport Canada and BC Ferries in educating passengers on safety rules and enforcing the Canada Shipping Act, 2001.

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Subject:   BC Ferries RCMP Transport Canada BC RCMP West Coast Marine Services

Title: COVID safety plan | BC Forest Discovery Centre

URL: http://bcforestdiscoverycentre.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/BCFDC-Covid-Safety-Plan.pdf

Description: General information about the COVID-19 safety plan.

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Subject:   BC Forest Discovery Centre

Title: The plague | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/03/the-plague.html?m=0

Description: These mornings, when I first awaken, I sometimes feel a little bleak. And when I think of bleakness, I often think of King Lear.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: [April 2020 blog posts] | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/04/?m=0

Description: Reveille! -- Angels -- Airborne vs. ground-based -- Easter miracle -- If we could talk to the animals...

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol Henry, Bonnie

Title: [May 2020 blog posts] | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/05/?m=0

Description: What does this garden grow? -- Birds on the wire – or, thinking about corvids at the time of the Covid… -- Contract with the world -- A trip of a lifetime -- Quotidian

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: [June 2020 blog posts] | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/06/?m=0

Description: Wary -- What will we become? -- Transitions -- 21 seconds

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: The other shoe | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/07/the-other-shoe.html?m=0

Description: When the first shoe thudded down, we all shuttered ourselves in our homes, hoarding toilet paper, flour and yeast, and trying to adhere to the Stage One guidelines. When Stage Two was announced, things eased up considerably as we expanded our bubbles, shopped more, and went, if somewhat nervously, to restaurants. Now we are in Stage Three, which feels as though we are getting back to normal. And we should be hopeful; we have flattened the curve, but we may have to wait for a while.

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Subject:   Henry, Bonnie Royal Roads University Matthews, Carol Homer-Dixon, Thomas

Title: [September 2020 blog posts] | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/09/?m=0

Description: More on masks -- Frogs, oxen and long spoons -- Difficult times -- Zoom heaven

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol Zoom

Title: Knitting up the raveled sleeve of care | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2020/12/knitting-up-raveled-sleeve-of-care.html?m=0

Description: At this time of separation and isolation, it feels good to be knitting. Knitting is a useful image for what we will need to do to heal our damaged world. We will need to bring things back together so that the thread of life can continue. We will have to integrate a lot of pain and loss and knit it all together.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: How we see things | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2021/01/how-we-see-things.html?m=0

Description: My brother Rod pointed out to me that over these past few weeks we’ve heard examples of two very different pandemic behaviours involving the loss of a significant amount of money. In reflecting on these two accounts, I think we see extreme examples of heroic versus deplorable behaviours.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol Baker, Rod Duvernay, Tardif-Laurent

Title: Good advice | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2021/02/good-advice.html

Description: The truth is, we know the virus is spreading. The truth is, we know that people are the spreaders. The truth is, we know that our government is unable to stop the spread, except by imposing much more extreme lockdown measures. Let’s restate the obvious: It’s up to us! Tuum est, all you Latin scholars and UBC graduates. And, at the same time, let’s be merciful and blessed, and kind, to the unjust as well as the just. And let’s be honest enough to acknowledge that we’re all sometimes guilty of motivated cognition and the behaviours that result.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: Hearts and flowers | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2021/02/hearts-and-flowers.html

Description: At the beginning of the pandemic, we saw a great many hearts on doors, windows and balconies as a symbol to recognize the dedication of our health care workers. Lately, I have seen far fewer. We’re all getting accustomed to the pandemic and are less panicky about it than we were at the start. But, a year later, the nurses, doctors and other essential workers are still risking their health as they turn up for work every day.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol Valentine's Day

Title: Respecting necessity | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2021/03/respecting-necessity.html

Description: I’ve thought a lot about necessity over the past year. It’s been a time of digging into our deepest needs and reaching out to come up with new and creative ways to satisfy them.

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol

Title: Where to start? | Carol Matthews These Days

URL: http://carolmatthews.blogspot.com/2021/07/where-to-start.html

Description: These days, every crisis seems to occur within or alongside other crises. Where does it end? More important, where can we start to deal with all this?

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Subject:   Matthews, Carol Bringing Our Children Home (Webinar)

Title: Annual report 2021 | Cowichan Housing Association

URL: http://cowichanhousing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/CHA-Annual-Report-2021-FINAL-071921.pdf

Description: 2021 annual report from the Cowichan Housing Association.

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Subject:   Cowichan Housing Association

Title: Closed until further notice | Crown and Anchor Pub

URL: http://crownandanchorpub.ca/wp/

Description: Hours: We are closed until further notice.

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Subject:   Crown and Anchor Pub

Title: Christmas in Cedar Yellow Point | Cedar Yellow Point Artisans Association

URL: http://cyartisans.com/

Description: November 2020: Take the self guided tour November 18-22 and 25-29, 2020. The tour is practicing COVID protocols at all studios and farms. June 2021: Thank you to all those who attended this years tour. We appreciate your support. Because of the unusual circumstances this year many of our studios and farms will remain open with regular hours or by appointment.

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Subject:   Cedar Yellow Point Artisans Association Christmas

Title: AMHS cancels service to Prince Rupert until further notice | April 8, 2020 | Department of Transportation and Public Facilities | State of Alaska

URL: http://dot.alaska.gov/comm/pressbox/arch2020/PR20-0025.shtml

Description: The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) has cancelled service to Prince Rupert, British Columbia until further notice. COVID-19 related travel restrictions have delayed work to bring the AMHS Prince Rupert Terminal into compliance with federal regulations.

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Subject:   Alaska Marine Highway System

Title: COVID-19 baking: We share the best recipe for Nanaimo bars | Famish

URL: http://famish.biz/covid-19-baking-we-share-the-best-recipe-for-nanaimo-bars/

Description: In the spirit of treating ourselves amid COVID-19 and keeping things simple, we bring back… Nanaimo Bars.

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Subject:   Mendelson, Susan

Title: Back to the '80s dance party cancelled | Festival Nanaimo

URL: http://festivalnanaimo.com/event/back-to-the-80s-dance-party/

Description: Due to the public health advisory announced by Dr. Bonnie Henry, provincial health officer on March 12, 2020, Festival Nanaimo has cancelled the Back to the ‘80s Dance Party scheduled for March 21, 2020.

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Subject:   Festival Nanaimo

Title: The Survivor (Gas "Mask"): [Mask created by Tlehpik Hjalmer Wenstob of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation] | First American Art Magazine

URL: http://firstamericanartmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/2L_69_wenstob_the_survivor.jpg

Description: In response to the rapid shuttering of art galleries and museums to help slow the spread of COVID-19, First American Art Magazine launched a call for a virtual art exhibition, "Through Masked Heroes" to celebrate the resilience of Indigenous Peoples and help share the beauty that Native artists have created in the face of our shared crisis. The Survivor (Gas "Mask") was created by Tlehpik Hjalmer Wenstob of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.

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Subject:   Wenstob, Hjalmer | Tlehpik Masked Heroes (Virtual Exhibition) First American Art Magazine Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations

Title: Bear Snout: [Best of Show carved cedar mask by Howard La Fortune] | First American Art Magazine

URL: http://firstamericanartmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/34_la_fortune_bear_snout_woodward.jpg

Description: In response to the rapid shuttering of art galleries and museums to help slow the spread of COVID-19, First American Art Magazine launched a call for a virtual art exhibition, "Through Masked Heroes" to celebrate the resilience of Indigenous Peoples and help share the beauty that Native artists have created in the face of our shared crisis. We are pleased to announce that Howard La Fortune (Tsawout First Nation) won Best of Show with his Bear Snout, a carved cedar mask

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Subject:   La Fortune, Howard Masked Heroes (Virtual Exhibition) First American Art Magazine Tsawout First Nation W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations

Title: Information about June accommodations | Nanaimo District Teachers' Association

URL: http://fridaydev8.com/application/files/1115/9475/6170/ACCOMMODATIONS_FOR_JUNE.pdf

Description: If you are in one of the at-risk groups listed, including heart disease, lung condition or disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and recent surgery SD68 has a duty to accommodate you.

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Subject:   Nanaimo District Teachers' Association Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools

Title: Letter from the fire chief: COVID-19 updates for Gabriola Island | March 24, 2020 | Gabriola Volunteer Fire Department

URL: http://gabriolafire.ca/2020/03/letter-from-the-fire-chief-covid-19-updates-for-gabriola-island/

Description: . We just wanted to take a moment to reassure you that the department and the other emergency services have taken extreme measures in order to protect the community and our members from the spread of COVID-19.

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Subject:   Gabriola Volunteer Fire Department

Title: Current season | Gabriola Players

URL: http://gabriolaplayers.ca/current-season/

Description: In the summer we decided to try something different and began working on a live online show – two new pandemic-themed one-act plays written by local authors.

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Subject:   Gabriola Players

Title: The best laid schemes | Gabriola Players

URL: http://gabriolaplayers.ca/the-best-laid-schemes/

Description: We gave it our best shot. We really did. When the rules changed halfway through our one-act play festival compelling us to cancel the final two performances, we are reminded, as Robbie Burns once explained to a mouse, the best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men do indeed gang aft agley.

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Subject:   Gabriola Players

Title: Tickets now available for the 2021 (virtual) one-act play festival | Gabriola Players

URL: http://gabriolaplayers.ca/tickets-now-available-for-the-2021-virtual-one-act-play-festival/

Description: There will be four online performances next month of SPRING FORWARD, the Gabriola Players One-Act Play Festival featuring three new plays by Gabriola writers: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 20 to 22 at 7pm and Sunday, May 23 at 2pm.

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Subject:   Gabriola Players

Title: Summer 2020 newsletter | Gabriola Players

URL: http://gabriolaplayers.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Summer-2020-newsletter.pdf

Description: Director's message -- Live theatre next month! -- Gabriola Players on YouTube -- As we were saying... -- Thanks to our sponsors

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Subject:   Gabriola Players

Title: Spring 2021 newsletter | Gabriola Players

URL: http://gabriolaplayers.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Spring-2021-newsletter.pdf

Description: A message from the directors -- Zoom Zoom! -- Spring Forward! -- Looking back -- How about you? -- A helping hand -- Notice something on the cover? -- Don Whitton Memorial Bursary

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Subject:   Gabriola Players Zoom

Title: COVID-19 cluster reported at 2nd Nanaimo high school | Globalnews.ca

URL: http://globalnews.ca/news/7461735/nanaimo-covid-school-clusters/

Description: Nanaimo is dealing with its second COVID-19 cluster at a high school, officials confirmed Friday. The new cluster was at John Barsby Secondary, according to the Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools John Barsby Secondary School

Title: Regional letter: Haida Gwaii, North and Central Coast travel restrictions | April 6, 2020

URL: http://haidagwaiimuseum.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/20-04-06-Regional-Letter-re-Travel-Restricitons.pdf

Description: From the First Nations and municipalities of the North and Central Coasts. We the undersigned with a unified voice and urgent purpose ask that the Province and Canada join us in restricting non-essential travel to Haida Gwaii, the North and Central Coast. This cannot wait.

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Subject:   Haida Nation Skidegate Band Council Central Coast Regional District Metlakatla First Nation Lax Kw'alaams Heiltsuk Nation Kitasoo/Xai'xais Nation City of Prince Rupert North Coast Regional District Village of Port Clements District of Port Edward Gitxaala Nation Gitga'at First Nation Nuxalk Nation Wuikinuxv Nation Ocean Falls Improvement District Province of British Columbia Government of Canada Old Massett Village Council Village of Queen Charlotte

Title: Hornby Island COVID-19 update | November 20, 2020 | HornbyIsland.com

URL: http://hornbyisland.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Covid-update.pdf

Description: We want your time on Hornby to be safe for everyone! Given the resurgence of COVID-19, we are encouraging all visitors, residents, and guests to follow the guidelines put forth by Dr. Bonnie Henry and the BC government. Additionally, here are a few Hornby-specific considerations to keep you and our community safe!

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Subject:   Hornby Island Medical Clinic BC Ferries

Title: COVID-19 update | Iritex Pumps & Irrigation

URL: http://iritex.ca/

Description: As of July 1st, 2021 we will ask you to please wear a mask even if you have the second dose for the continued safety of our staff. If you don't want to wear a mask please call or notify a staff member and we will be more then happy to assist you outside.

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Subject:   Iritex Pumps & Irrigation

Title: CCRR COVID-19 lending library procedures | Islands Wellness Society

URL: http://islandswellnesssociety.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/CCRR-COVID-19-Lending-Library-Procedures-1.pdf

Description: Child Care Resource & Referral lending library procedures.

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Subject:   Islands Wellness Society

Title: [COVID-19 notification: Kildala Elementary School] | March 8, 2021 | Northern Health

URL: http://kildala.cmsd.bc.ca/files/2021/03/Northern-Health-COVID-19-Exposure-Letter-Kildala-Elementary-School-March-8-2021.pdf

Description: This letter is to inform you that a COVID-19 exposure has been identified in Kildala Elementary School. The exposure occurred on February 24th – 26th , 2021.

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Subject:   Northern Health Kildala Elementary School Coast Mountains School District

Title: Potential COVID-19 exposure to students and staff of Kildala Elementary School | March 3, 2021 | Northern Health

URL: http://kildala.cmsd.bc.ca/files/2021/03/Northern-Health-Potential-COVID-19-Exposure-Letter-Kildala-Elementary-School-March-3-2021.pdf

Description: Northern Health Authority has informed the principal of Kildala Elementary School that students and staff may have been in contact with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 on February 24th , 2021.

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Subject:   Northern Health Kildala Elementary School Coast Mountains School District

Title: Koksilah Music Festival virtual edition | Koksilah Music Festival

URL: http://koksilahfestival.com/

Description: We invite you to witness the Koksilah Music Festival virutal edition.

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Subject:   Koksilah Music Festival

Title: La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/

Description: It’s that time already…..La Rosa Gardens residents will all be eligible to receive their COVID-19 Booster shots onsite this coming Monday, November 1st 2021!

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations

Title: Activities | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/activity-calendar/

Description: Photos from activities at La Rosa Gardens, a seniors care facility, including vaccination photos.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations

Title: Changes to COVID-19 protocols & procedures at La Rosa effective April 1st, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Family-and-Friends-Update-March-30th-2021.pdf

Description: On March 25th, 2021 Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry announced the welcoming news of updates to the policies around Long-Term Care and Assisted Living Seniors. The changes and ease of current restrictions is effective April 1st, 2021.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens

Title: Social visiting rules | April 1, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Social-Visiting-Rules-April-1st-2021.pdf

Description: All visitors and residents must abide by the following procedures/protocols to be allowed to visit

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens

Title: COVID-19 vaccinations | March 2, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/COVID-Vaccination-Update-March-2nd-2021.pdf

Description: As of March 1st, 2021, Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C. Provincial Health officer, announced that BC is extending the interval between the first and second doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to four months (16 weeks). This change means that our planned second dose vaccination clinic for residents this coming Saturday March 6th, 2021 has now been delayed to align with the new provincial guidelines. The exact date of the second dose clinic at this time is yet to be determined.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Pfzier-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

Title: COVID-19 vaccine Q&A: Information for residents of long-term care and assisted living, their family members and people awaiting long-term care placements | Island Health

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Covid-19-QA-for-Residents-of-LTC-and-AL-January-22nd-2021.pdf

Description: Vaccine questions and answers for residents of long-term care and assisted living facilities as well as for individuals waiting for long-term care or assisted living placement.

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Subject:   Island Health Vaccinations

Title: COVID-19 vaccinations at La Rosa Gardens | January 22, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-Friends-Vaccination-Update-January-22nd-2021.pdf

Description: The COVID-19 vaccination roll out for residents of Long-Term Care and Assisted Living facilities was expected to begin the week of January 11th, 2021. La Rosa Garden’s staff have now received informed consent from all of our residents and/or their designated representative. The onsite vaccination clinic is scheduled for Saturday January 23rd, 2021.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Island Health

Title: COVID-19 vaccinations at La Rosa Gardens | February 22, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-and-Friends-Update-February-22nd-2021.pdf

Description: On January 23rd, 2021 our first COVID-19 vaccination clinic was successfully held at La Rosa Gardens for those residents who reside in our ‘Registered Assisted Living’ units. Our local Vancouver Island Health Authority is following direction from the B.C. Provincial COVID-19 Immunization Plan. Island Health has now communicated that the second dose clinic for those residents of La Rosa Gardens that were included in this Phase 1 will be Saturday March 6th, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Island Health

Title: Second dose vaccination clinic | June 1, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-and-Friends-Update-June-1st-2021-Second-Dose-Vaccinations.pdf

Description: As you might already be aware, Island Health has communicated that they will be coming onsite again for our second dose vaccination clinics. The clinic will be onsite at La Rosa Gardens Monday June 7th, 2021 between 9:30 am and 12:30 pm.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Island Health

Title: Second dose vaccination clinic | May 3, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-and-Friends-Update-May-3rd-2021.pdf

Description: We are excited to share the communication with you that Island Health will be coming onsite again for our second dose vaccination clinics.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Island Health

Title: Scheduled outdoor social visiting program | June 2, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-and-Friends-Update-Outdoor-Visits.pdf

Description: We are excited to announce that we can now provide a safe and secure outdoor location on our front patio for scheduled social visits with family and friends. The outdoor visits allow for us to increase the number of visitors each resident can have scheduled at once.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens

Title: Changes in visitor restrictions | October 10, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Family-and-Friends-Update-Visitor-Restrictions.pdf

Description: All visitors (both essential and social visitors) are now required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, excluding children under 12 years or those with an approved medical exemption. Proof of vaccination (e.g. BC Vaccine Card or equivalent) is required prior to entering or passing through the facility.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens BC Vaccine Card Vaccinations

Title: Resident consent for the COVID-19 vaccine | January 4, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Resident-COVID-Vaccination-Memo.pdf

Description: The COVID-19 vaccination roll out for residents of Long-Term Care and Assisted Living facilities is expected to begin the week of January 11th, 2021.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations Island Health Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

Title: What’s happening at La Rosa Gardens | September 22, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/September-2021-Family-and-Friends-Update.pdf

Description: We have been successful in our efforts to keep all residents and staff of La Rosa healthy and safe.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Influenza

Title: Social visitor changes | July 16, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Social-Visitor-Changes-July-19th-2021.pdf

Description: July 8th, 2021, marked an exciting day for residents and visitors of Long-term Care and Seniors’ Assisted Living homes with the announcement of changes in visiting programs in Island Health.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Island Health Vaccinations

Title: Visitor vaccination update | October 14, 2021 | La Rosa Gardens

URL: http://larosagardens.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Visitor-Vaccination-Update-October-14th-2021.pdf

Description: As well as all requiring all workers and caregivers in long-term care or seniors’ assisted living facilities be immunized against COVID-19 by October 12, 2021 – the vaccine requirement has extended out to visitors wanting to enter the facility as well.

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Subject:   La Rosa Gardens Vaccinations BC Vaccine Card

Title: Email to Mayor Krog calling for the immediate establishment of an arms-length independent special commission on a post-COVID Nanaimo | April 16, 2020 | Nanaimo Commons

URL: http://nanaimocommons.blogspot.com/2020/04/my-email-to-mayor-krog-ccd-to.html

Description: Here in Nanaimo let's establish an independent Special Commission on a Post-COVID Nanaimo.

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Subject:   Krog, Leonard City of Nanaimo Cohen, Andrew Witty, Dave D'Ambrosio, Franc

Title: Guidelines for phase 2: 2021 season | Nanaimo Lawn Bowling Club

URL: http://nanaimolawnbowling.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/2021-BOWLS-BC-Phase-2-Guidelines-for-NLBC-as-at-April-28-2021.pdf

Description: Phase 2 return to play guidelines for the Nanaimo Lawn Bowling Club.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Lawn Bowling Club

Title: COVID-19: Nanaimo Stories | Nanaimo Museum

URL: http://nanaimomuseum.ca/covid-19-project/

Description: The Nanaimo Museum and Nanaimo Community Archives are partnering on a large-scale project to collect Nanaimo’s COVID-19 history.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Museum Nanaimo Community Archives

Title: Financial aid options | Nanaimo United Football Club

URL: http://nanaimounitedfc.com/financial-aid/?

Description: We understand that many families may find themselves in an unusual financial situation with the impact of COVID but we are here to support you.

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Subject:   Nanaimo United Football Club KidSport Nanaimo

Title: District update on the week of March 23-27 | March 20, 2020 | Cowichan Valley School District

URL: http://natureschool.sd79.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/143/2020/03/Letter-to-Parents-District-Update-Week-of-March-23-27.pdf

Description: District update on the week of March 23-27, 2020.

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Subject:   Cowichan Valley School District

Title: Participate in the #ParksvillePatios challenge | March 31, 2021 | City of Parksville

URL: http://parksville.ca/cms/wpattachments/wpID135atID9685.pdf

Description: The latest COVID-19 restrictions have hit the restaurant industry particularly hard and with restaurants now closed to indoor dining, the next few weeks will be even more challenging. We can show support for our local restaurants by ordering take-out or visiting an outdoor patio with members of your household and participating in the Parksville Patio Challenge.

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Subject:   City of Parksville Parksville Patio Challenge

Title: Post-COVID curbside takeout | Pirate Chips

URL: http://piratechips.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/MENU-post-covid.htm

Description: Instructions and menu for curbside takeout from Pirate Chips in Nanaimo.

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Subject:   Pirate Chips

Title: COVID 19 | Prince Rupert Curling Club

URL: http://princerupertcurlingclub.com/covid-19/

Description: To help answer your questions, a PDF of the Covid Guidelines has been added to this website.

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Subject:   Prince Rupert Curling Club

Title: Thrift stores - Nanaimo: The Salvation Army | BC211

URL: http://redbookonline.bc211.ca/service/50962871_50962871/thrift_stores___nanaimo/

Description: COVID-19 update: All three thrift stores are closed, though staff will be available to take in donations.

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Subject:   Salvation Army Nanaimo Community Ministries Salvation Army Thrift Store (Nanaimo)

Title: Self isolation house signs | Sayward Primary Healthcare Clinic

URL: http://saywardclinic.com/self-isolation-house-signs/

Description: Here are some signs to use if you have vulnerable or contagious residents within your home. These will help to warn visitors and help you to prevent further problems.

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Title: Community of care pledge | Cowichan Valley School District

URL: http://sd79.bc.ca/pledge/

Description: At the February 2nd, 2021 Open Board Meeting, the Board of Education for the Cowichan Valley School District signed the ‘Community of Care Pledge’, putting in writing their commitment to combating hate in all its forms.

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Subject:   Cowichan Valley School District Cowichan Tribes Spilsbury, Candace de Groot, Barb Croft, Elizabeth Doman, Randy Hutchins, Rob Kemmler, Johanne

Title: Transportation | School District No. 85 Vancouver Island North

URL: http://sd85.bc.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Transportation.pdf

Description: Information on transportation in School District No. 85.

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Subject:   School District No. 85 Vancouver Island North

Title: Letter to customers: COVID-19 | March 12, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/InternalMemocoronavirus1customers.pdf

Description: All of us are very concerned with the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease and what this may mean to all of us at the 49th and to the communities in which we serve.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: Letter to customers: COVID-19 issue #2 | March 19, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/InternalMemocoronavirus2customers.pdf

Description: This is our second instalment addressing the current situation. The health, safety and well-being of our employees and customers will remain the 49th ’s top priority and we will continue to monitor this situation closely and follow the lead of Canada’s public health authorities.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: COVID-19 developments and instore experience | March 27, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/InternalMemocoronavirus4customers.pdf

Description: We wanted to take this opportunity to briefly update you on some of the ongoing developments in your community grocery stores.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: Steps to protect our 49th team and customers | August 7, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/Stepstoprotectourteamcustomers.pdf

Description: We are taking every step and measure needed to ensure anyone working in, or visiting our stores feel safe.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: COVID-19 developments and instore experience | March 20, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/covidissue3.pdf

Description: We will strive to keep everyone up-to-date daily as more information becomes available and instore operations change.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: A letter to our community | April 17, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/memoforcommunity5coronavirus.pdf

Description: It has been well over a month since we wrote our first letter concerning COVID-19. We hope you and your families are staying safe and adjusting to this new world.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: An update for our community | November 20, 2020 | 49th Parallel Grocery

URL: http://the49th.com/memos/memoforcommunity6coronavirus.pdf

Description: Here at the 49th, we have not yielded but rather we are strengthening the best practices in place at each store while at the same time offering the best possible service to our communities each and every day.

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Subject:   49th Parallel Grocery

Title: The British Bobby

URL: http://thebritishbobby.homestead.com/

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Subject:   The British Bobby

Title: Budget revisions in light of COVID | April 17, 2020 | District of Tofino

URL: http://tofino.ca/blog/view/budget-revisions-in-light-of-covid/

Description: On April 30, 2020, Council directed staff to move forward with a revised Budget and Financial Plan which included immediate cost-saving measures while ensuring core and essential services remain available to the community now and in future years.

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Subject:   District of Tofino

Title: Canada Day events cancelled | June 23, 2020 | District of Tofino

URL: http://tofino.ca/blog/view/canada-day-events-cancelled/

Description: Changes to Canada Day festivities in Tofino during COVID-19.

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Subject:   District of Tofino Canada Day

Title: Joint media release: Tofino and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation looking forward to the return of visitors on the West Coast | June 25, 2020

URL: http://tofino.ca/blog/view/phase-3-tofino-ampamp-tfn-welcome-visitors/

Description: As visitors arrive on the West Coast, businesses and local leaders are reminding everyone that this year’s trip to Tla-o-qui-aht territory and Tofino won’t be like any other.

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Subject:   Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation District of Tofino Tourism Tofino Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations Pacific Rim National Park Reserve Frank, Elmer Osborne, Josie Richards, Shane

Title: The Skatelot | District of Tofino

URL: http://tofino.ca/blog/view/the-skatelot/

Description: The Skatelot is Tofino's new, outdoor, recreational skate facility for December 2020 & January 2021. Tofino Recreation department will be programing COVID safe activities for users of the rink.

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Subject:   District of Tofino The Skatelot

Title: Tofino gets grant to support seniors | August 25, 2020 | District of Tofino

URL: http://tofino.ca/blog/view/tofino-gets-grant-to-support-seniors/

Description: Tofino receives grant to support seniors during COVID-19 pandemic.

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Subject:   District of Tofino New Horizons for Seniors Program Pacific Rim Hospice Society

Title: Vancouver Island Coastal Tourism Resiliency Program | BC Tourism Resiliency Network

URL: http://tourismresiliency.ca/VICTRP/

Description: The Vancouver Island Coastal Tourism Resiliency Program provides Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands and Sunshine Coast tourism businesses with meaningful, hands-on guidance and support to navigate the immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, adapt and work towards long-term resiliency.

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Subject:   BC Tourism Resiliency Network Tourism Vancouver Island Island Coastal Economic Trust

Title: COVID-19 | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/schools/covid-19/

Description: While the cruelty of this pandemic needs no describing, what should be described is the effect the indefinite suspension of school will have on impoverished children. With this in mind, The Vancouver Sun Children’s Fund Society’s board — which administers the decade-old AAS initiative — will liquidate $100,000 from an emergency fund to be used to assist new programs.

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Subject:   Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

Title: Adopt-a-School: Brechin Elementary in Nanaimo needs help supporting students with basic needs | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/adopt-a-school-brechin-elementary/

Description: Inner-city school in Nanaimo needs help supporting students with basic needs.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Brechin Elementary School

Title: Adopt-a-School: Nanaimo-Ladysmith alternative education program gets a helping hand | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/adopt-a-school-nanaimo-ladysmith-alternative-education-program-gets-a-helping-hand/

Description: Vancouver businessman Barj Dhahan was moved when he recently read a Nanaimo principal’s comment that he regarded every child in his school district as his own. The comment Dhahan referenced was made Dec. 22 by Brett Hancock, the principal of the Nanaimo-Ladysmith alternative education program, in a story concerning the help he needs to feed and clothe some of the 300 students under his care.

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Subject:   Learning Alternatives Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Dhahan, Barj Hancock, Brett

Title: Adopt-a-School: Renu Bakshi picks up tab for needy kids in Nanaimo | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/adopt-a-school-renu-bakshi/

Description: Before she started her own Vancouver media company, Renu Bakshi was a CTV reporter, so it’s no wonder that when she decided to help impoverished children here at Brechin Elementary she would come and see for herself.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Bakshi, Renu Brechin Elementary School

Title: Adopt-a-School: Small corner of closed Nanaimo school is thriving, but students need a hand | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/adopt-a-school-small-corner-of-closed-nanaimo-school-is-thriving-but-students-need-a-hand/

Description: Google Woodlands Secondary School and the search engine will come up with the message ‘ Permanently closed’ which is only partially correct. It is here that students in Brett Hancock’s alternative education program can be found each day, depending on how many choose to come. Having food available, however, dramatically increases the odds of attendance.

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Subject:   Learning Alternatives Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Hancock, Brett

Title: Adopt-a-School: Help is on the way for impoverished families | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/help-is-on-the-way/

Description: Relief is on the way from The Vancouver Sun’s Adopt-A-School Covid-19 fund to teachers and administrators scrambling to provide food and help to impoverished families. On Thursday, $129,000 was sent out to cover the first batch of applications for help that will go to families in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Surrey, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Langley, Nanaimo and Courtenay.

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Subject:   Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Comox Valley Schools Jungwirth, Heidi Courtenay Elementary School

Title: Adopt-a-School: Pandemic created a need for a breakfast and lunch program at Park Avenue Elementary | Vancouver Sun Children's Fund

URL: http://vansunkidsfund.ca/stories/park-avenue-elementary/

Description: Staff at Park Avenue Elementary have been providing breakfast and a bagged lunch for children using food hampers being sent to the school and funds from the school district’s foundation. But that is all running out and without an injection of cash to buy food it can’t continue.

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Subject:   Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Vancouver Sun Children's Fund Nordal, Jessica Park Avenue Elementary School

Title: Safety always | Vancouver Island Conference Centre

URL: http://viconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/VICC-Safety-Always-Final-1-6.pdf

Description: We have planned very carefully to welcome you all back to the VICC, prioritizing the health and safety of everyone that walks through our doors. The VICC is dedicated to ensuring a smooth, safe, and effective meeting planning experience. Please take a look at the VICC Safety Always Plan for our procedures and protocols in place.

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Subject:   Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Title: Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival postponed to 2021 | Victoria Music Scene

URL: http://victoriamusicscene.com/2020/04/02/cowichan-valley-bluegrass-festival-postponed-to-2021/

Description: The Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival has been postponed until next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new dates are June 18 to 20, 2021.

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Subject:   Cowichan Valley Bluegrass Festival Laketown Ranch

Title: Clinic locator | BC Cancer | Provincial Health Services Authority

URL: http://www.bccancer.bc.ca/screening/breast/find-a-clinic/clinic-locator/

Description: Screening centres may be operating adjusted hours to accommodate proper safety measures. Please contact your centre directly for appointment availability. The mobile mammography unit is operating a modified schedule to protect both staff and patients. Please use the clinic locator to find the stop nearest to you.

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Subject:   BC Cancer Provincial Health Services Authority

Title: COVID-19 and cancer screening | BC Cancer | Provincial Health Services Authority

URL: http://www.bccancer.bc.ca/screening/health-professionals/covid-19-and-cancer-screening/

Description: Information for patients and health professionals.

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Subject:   Provincial Health Services Authority BC Cancer

Title: COVID-19 vaccination aftercare | BC Centre for Disease Control

URL: http://www.bccdc.ca/Health-Info-Site/Documents/COVID-19_vaccine/VaccinationAftercare.pdf

Description: What to expect after having the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Subject:   Vaccinations BC Centre for Disease Control

Title: Public health communicable disease guidelines for K-12 schools | BC Centre for Disease Control & BC Ministry of Health

URL: http://www.bccdc.ca/Health-Info-Site/Documents/COVID_public_guidance/Guidance-k-12-schools.pdf

Description: This document outlines the prevention measures recommended for public, independent, and First Nations K-12 schools in B.C. to reduce the risk of communicable diseases, including COVID-19 in K-12 schools.

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Subject:   BC Centre for Disease Control Province of British Columbia | Ministry of Health Province of British Columbia

Title: British Columbia (BC) COVID-19 situation report: Week 44, October 25 - October 31, 2020 | BC Centre for Disease Control

URL: http://www.bccdc.ca/Health-Info-Site/Documents/COVID_sitrep/BC_COVID_19_Situation_Report_Nov_6_2020.pdf

Description: Substantial increase in COVID-19 indicators in BC: variably apparent in most health authorities, foremost Fraser Health.

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Subject:   BC Centre for Disease Control

Title: If someone is sick at home with COVID-19 | BC Centre for Disease Control

URL: http://www.bccdc.ca/Health-Info-Site/Documents/StoptheSpread_COVID-19_at_home.pdf

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Subject:   BC Centre for Disease Control

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